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Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday said that he was disappointed by the Ayodhya title suits verdict as he felt faith was given "priority" over legal procedures.
"I am disappointed as the decision in a judicial verdict was delivered by keeping faith above law and evidences," Mulayam told reporters in Lucknow reading out a written statement.
The SP leader said Muslims of the country were feeling "cheated and the entire community was in the state of despair".
"This is not a good sign for the country, the Constitution and even for the judiciary," the SP supremo said.
Mulayam said that he was of the view that the aggrieved party will move the Supreme Court where a decision would be given on the basis of evidences and law.